(VIDEO) Why I Cut Down 10 Acres Of Eucalyptus For Pineapple, More Profitable


By MN Reporter

After over three decades as a farmer in Mabera, Migori county John Magaiwa, 68, decied to cut down ten acres of eucalyptus trees to set up pineapple farming.

His mission was to start a new life in the village and he explored several farming opportunities.

Magaiwa had previously tried his hand at mixed farming on his vast piece of land but settled on pineapple farming after serious market research. He had first started with onions and tomatoes last year.